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A Video Review of The Perfect Garden Hose

Summer is here, and we all know with summer comes the heat, and a need for a garden hose.  Whether you're watering your lawn, containers & beds, or simply washing that dry summer dust from your vehicle, we all know … Continue reading

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Facts & Tips on Growing Lupins

A couple of years ago I decided I wanted to try growing lupins, also known as Lupines.  I figured they must be hard to grow here in Syracuse, New York because we don’t see them in many gardens at all. … Continue reading

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Container Gardening: Choosing Your Container

Container gardening is a great way to enjoy non-stop color all season long inside or outside.  Container gardens are great for those with little to no garden pace, or for those who want to create a colorful focal point in … Continue reading

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My May Gardening Tips and Chores

It's become kind of a "thing" for me to write a post outlining my monthly chores and a couple of tips for the garden, especially during these very important spring months.  The month of May is here, and although spring … Continue reading

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Overwintered Geraniums Updated

It’s been about one month since I “woke” my favorite geraniums from their long winters nap, and I’m happy to say they are doing great.  In fact, they are doing so well I thought I would share my success with … Continue reading

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April Gardening “To-Do’s” & Other Chores

It’s become kind of a “thing” for me to post a list of gardening “to-do’s” & other chores at the beginning of each month.  April is especially important since spring seems to have finally arrive, and as the ground thaws … Continue reading

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Bringing Your Overwintered Geraniums Out of Storage

I'm not sure if I'm just a frugal gardener or whether I just can't stand seeing my hard summer work go to waste, but I always feel that overwintering my geraniums is the right thing to do. It might just … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Spring: March Gardening Tips & “To-Do’s”

We have had one heck of a winter but March has finally arrived.  I know it may not look like March in many parts of the country, but it’s here, and I can’t be more excited.  Best of all, this … Continue reading

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Winter Dog Grooming Tips

Wintertime is a super fun time of year for dogs and dog owners.  Watching a dog run, and play in fresh snow will make anyone laugh out loud. However, dog owners also need to remember it’s very important to keep … Continue reading

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February Gardening Tips: “Getting a Jump on Spring”

February is here, and for me that means I need to start getting myself ready for spring gardening.  I know, I know it seems early but getting a jump on the little things gives me more time to the big … Continue reading

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